'24-Hour Party People' British TV journalist Tony Wilson played a key role in the British avant garde pop scene of the 1970s and '80s, as founder of Factory Records and Manchester's trend-setting Hacienda Club. Now that period's been immortalized in the film 24-Hour Party People. NPR's Rick Karr talks with Tony Wilson.
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'24-Hour Party People'

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British TV journalist Tony Wilson played a key role in the British avant garde pop scene of the 1970s and '80s, as founder of Factory Records and Manchester's trend-setting Hacienda Club. Now that period's been immortalized in the film 24-Hour Party People. NPR's Rick Karr talks with Tony Wilson.